Exercise: Reduced breathing for children

  We use a different  method,  called ‘Steps’, to help  children understand the  process  of improving  their  carbon  dioxide levels, simply because  children  may  have  difficulty  using Exercise One.  More  detailed  information on  helping  children is...

More on the Control Pause

The  level of  carbon  dioxide  in  the  body  determines the length  of  time  the  breath  can  be  held:  a higher  level of carbon  dioxide  corresponds  to  a longer  breath  hold.  The table above was developed by Professor Buteyko after he had measured  the...

The Control Pause

  The control pause is a measure of the level of carbon dioxide in  the  alveoli  based  on  a  comfortable   breath  hold.  The control   pause  and  pulse  are  used   together   to  monitor asthma. Over  time,  paying  attention to  the  breathing  pattern,...
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